At the Student Conference, many of CAMPUS Asia students exercised great leadership in the GPPN student conference organizing committee. Without their contribution, this success could not be accomplished. We will soon post a report of the conference written by a CAMPUS Asia student when it becomes available.
A double degree student from SNU, Mr. Kuyoul Kwon together with other two international students, has experienced an internship program at JETRO (Japan External Trade Organization) from Aug. 12th to Sep. 6th, 2013. Please see his internship working experience report.
On Saturday, December 7, The 76th Public Policy Seminar “Public Policy Research and Monetary Policy Conduct” by Mr. Haruhiko Kuroda.
For more details, please see the link below. The 76th Public Policy Seminar
Date & Time: Monday, November 25, 2013 13:00-14:30
Venue: Room Ad3, Administration Bureau Bldg. 2, Hongo Campus
Facilitator: Prof. Toshiro Nishizawa
Language: English (no interpreter provided)
Details are below:
Seminar by Prof. Ulrike Schaede, UCSD
On August 9th, the CAMPUS Asia Summer School, Tokyo 2013 came to a successful conclusion. Held at the University of Tokyo (UT) from July 29th to August 9th, students from the three CAMPUS Asia member institutions engaged in a vigorous and interactive educational experience for two weeks. In the first week, Professors Shiming Fan and Xiaoming Zhang of Peking University (PKU) and Professor Sahashi from Kanagawa University led modules and discussions on the contemporary issues surrounding the China-Japan relationship.
On July 31st, students participated in a one-day trip to the Teijin Company, the Taito Ward Community Center, and the Tokyo Skytree. Students glimpsed the features of Japanese business, technology, and the structures behind local community organization.
On the second week, Professors Tay Gyun Park and Geun Lee from Seoul National University (SNU) and Professor Yasuyo Sakata from the Kanda University of International Studies provided guidance and moderation for student discussions on the state of Japan-Korea relations, as well as other issues in the East Asia region.
On August 7th, a group of 21 students from PKU, SNU, and UT visited Minami-soma City in Fukushima prefecture. Students had the unique chance to witness the disaster zone with their own eyes and to listen firsthand to the stories and perspectives of local citizens and city officers on their past experiences and continuing struggle in overcoming their many challenges. Through this two week program, students and faculty from all three schools deepened friendships and understandings between each other.
Written reports by some UT students are available at the CAMPUS Asia blog located at: http://campusasia2013.wordpress.com/</p>